Our office is available to assist your needs during the hours of 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. If you need assistance, we are available by phone or appointment. Please call (269) 387-8514 with your request.
Our mission is to enhance the educational, extracurricular and working atmosphere by providing a safe and aesthetically pleasing exterior environment for the Western Michigan University community. All of this is provided with an emphasis on responsible environmental and fiscal stewardship.
Landscape Services is a unit of WMU's Facilities Management department. We are responsible for the development, care and maintenance of the external, non-utility facilities of the University. Landscape Services employees are dedicated to providing excellent service to support University events and activities. We believe that the campus grounds should reflect the quality of life, educational and research missions of the University.
LANDSCAPE SERVICES IS CURRENTLY HIRING STUDENT EMPLOYEES.
Looking for a beautiful and peaceful place to take a walk this summer? Check out the colorful display of summer blooms and other landscape improvements on WMU's campus. Get a map and learn more about spots you won't want to miss!
WMU Landscape Services is working to restore ecological health to campus woodlots and the University-owned Kleinstuck Preserve. Visit our natural areas page for more information and photos.
WMU Landscape Services has been named a Tree Campus USA for the tenth year in a row. Western Michigan University is one of only two schools in Michigan to receive this certification. See our Tree Campus USA page for more details.
WMU Landscape Services is proud to announce the completion of the Landscape Services master plan, which will guide future landscape planning and design. The master plan aims to identify specific recommendations for principle of land use, access, image and environment and to provide direction to better maintain, preserve and enhance University facilities. The plan puts a strong focus on increasing environmental stewardship and sustainability on campus.